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As Coronavirus spreads Covid-19 disease around the planet, our world is going through massive change, and it’s up to the citizens of every nation to be responsible and stay home during these trying times. Reward yourself for doing your part by joining an exciting online community where you can have live sex online, anytime, anywhere.
Sex is a basic human need and desire, and it has a lot of benefits to your health and well-being. A positive relationship with sex, as well as frequent sexual experiences, can have a very positive impact on your mental health. Make sure you take care of yourself by making time for fun and sexy stimulation each day of your self-isolation.
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We may have to remain indoors for months while this coronavirus outbreak is taking place. By doing so, the intimacy and sex we have with our partners – as well as the way we go about forming relationships – is destined to change. A live-in sex partner is a luxury not all people have. Going out to hook up with people who don’t live with you would be a violation of the social distancing measures enforced by the Toronto Public Health department. Here is what Dr. Vinita Dubey, an associate medical officer at the department, had to say on the matter:
“Social distancing means limiting the number of people you come into close contact with. This also applies to sexual relations with others, especially outside of the household.”
Dubey emphasized that this is applicable to everyone, which includes people who already have the coronavirus or are exhibiting Covid-19 symptoms. It is also applicable to people who have traveled recently and remain in quarantine. These people must adhere to such guidelines, as well. If you aren’t exhibiting symptoms, remaining at home can save the lives of others, as you may be carrying the virus without being aware of it, then inadvertently spread it to someone else. Here’s what a report from Global News had to say on the matter:
“COVID-19 is spread through respiratory droplets through close contact. Toronto Public Health recommends individuals stay home as much as possible, reduce their interactions with others and do social distancing as a way to minimize COVID-19 transmission in the community,”
Dubey encourages others to remain connected with people through online methods, including video chats, as well as by smartphone. The public health department of New York City issued a memorandum about coronavirus and sex, which went viral on social media this past weekend. The notice outlines the ways people can enjoy sex and prevent spreading the virus while doing so:
“The virus can spread through direct contact with their saliva or mucus.”
If you are not exhibiting symptoms, you are still encouraged to remain at home in spite of your sexual desires. The public health department of New York City went on to say the following:
“COVID-19 is spread through respiratory droplets through close contact. Toronto Public Health recommends individuals stay home as much as possible, reduce their interactions with others and do social distancing as a way to minimize COVID-19 transmission in the community.”
NYC health encourages sexual relations only with partners that live with you, as opposed to anyone outside of your household. As an alternative, masturbation is recommended. The PSA encourages you to sanitize your hands before partaking in the activity. Succinctly, the safest partner to have sex with is yourself, as suggested by the PSA.
Public health committees need to discuss ways people can get through this challenging time, according to relationship expert and sex health educator, Samantha Bitty. Messages that promote abstinence exclusively without offering alternative options prevents people from receiving information that can save them, according to Bitty. As a consequence, she says that social distancing warnings are being flouted by people:
“A lot of people are taking this seriously, and a lot of people are not informed or they’re scared or don’t have the tools,”
Bitty stresses the importance of remain informed and educated with regards to safety when transitioning towards online sex. Determine why you need that type of connection at the moment, and if you’re looking for something casual or otherwise. Bitty encourages you to ask yourself the following questions:
“Establish your boundaries around what (sex) looks like in this communication. Sexting can be really exciting because it’s a way to explore fantasies or scenarios.”
This is an opportunity to evaluate your needs and wants. Doing so can allow you to engage with others on the Internet with a clear intent and meaningful approach. If you are new to the world of cybersex, slowly ease yourself into it, then determine what you are comfortable with. Begin with sexting, then send a video or a photo when you are ready to do so.
The easiest and fastest way to experience live sex online anonymously is to visit a so-called sex chat. A sexchat is an erotic site bringing together thousands of live streams from web cams placed in models’ and couples’ rooms from all over the world. For an overview of the world's largest and most popular sexchats, click here.
Make sure you have discussed privacy and consent with the individual you are sexting with. When it comes to provocative pictures, you may want to consider concealing your face or full name. Ask potential partners the following:
“What are you into? What are your soft and hard boundaries?”
Relationship expert Jess O’Reilly, host of a podcast called “Sex with Dr. Jess,” says the following about sexting:
“When you’re sexting it doesn’t have to be hugely explicit. It can be playful and it can be romantic.”
When sending images, you are under no obligation to reveal your face, nor do you have to display your full body. If you don’t want to take off your clothes, you don’t have to.
“You might take shots with a selfie stick, or turn the lights down low so you leave something to their imagination. You might want to consider voice notes … for those of us who love the sound of our partner’s voices.”
In addition to online sex, consider taking this opportunity to explore your body, even in ways that aren’t sexual. Take the time to appreciate the body you have. During this time, you
must acknowledge your needs with any partner you engage in coronavirus sex with, whether they live with you or not. Those who are quarantined with their partners might require their own space, and might
not want to be touched.
“One person cannot meet all your social and emotional needs. It’s time to reach out to support systems … anyone with whom you can connect to digitally.”
International travel is something health officials are cautioning against. Travelers returning from abroad need to isolate themselves for two weeks straight in the event that they begin to develop symptoms. This is also meant to prevent the spread of the coronavirus to other people.
Some of the symptoms you may experience include coughing, trouble breathing, and fever - not unlike the symptoms you would experience if you had the flu or a cold. A number of people might exhibit symptoms that are more severe. People who are considered to be at a higher risk of infection include the elderly, as well as those with extreme chronic health conditions (lung/kidney/heart disease). You must get in touch with public health authorities if you start to experience any symptoms.
To stop this virus from being spread, experts suggest washing your hands frequently. If you need to cough, do so into the sleeve of the shirt you’re wearing. Try to minimize the contact you have with other people, and stay at home to the best of your ability. When you are outside, maintain a 2 m distance from others.
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